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NAME

       unstarch - manual page for unstarch 2.4.35+dfsg

DESCRIPTION

       unstarch

              citation: http://bioinformatics.oxfordjournals.org/content/28/14/1919.abstract

              https://doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/bts277

              binary  version:  2.4.35  (typical)  (extracts  archive  version:  2.2.0  or older)
              authors: Alex Reynolds and Shane Neph

       USAGE: unstarch [ <chromosome> ]  [ --elements |

       --elements-max-string-length |
              --bases | --bases-uniq | --has-duplicates | --has-nested | --list |  --list-json  |
              --list-chromosomes | --archive-timestamp | --note | --archive-version | --is-starch
              | --signature | --verify-signature ] <starch-file>

              Modifiers
              --------------------------------------------------------------------------
              <chromosome>                      Optional.  Either  unarchives  chromosomespecific
              records from the starch archive

       file or restricts action of operator to
              chromosome (e.g., chr1, chrY, etc.).

              Process                                                                       Flags
              --------------------------------------------------------------------------
              --elements                       Show total element count for archive. If

       <chromosome> is specified, the result
              shows the element count for the chromosome.

       --elements-max-string-length
              Show the maximum string length over all elements in <chromosome>, if specified.  If
              <chromosome> is not  specified,  the  maximum  string  length  is  shown  over  all
              chromosomes.

       --bases,

       --bases-uniq
              Show  total  and  unique base counts, respectively, for archive. If <chromosome> is
              specified, the count is specific to the chromosome, if available.

       --has-duplicate-as-string,

       --has-duplicate
              Show whether there is one or more duplicate elements in the  specified  chromosome,
              either  as  a  numerical  (1/0) or string (true/false) value. If no <chromosome> is
              specified, the value given indicates if there is one  or  more  duplicate  elements
              across all chromosome records.

       --has-nested-as-string,

       --has-nested
              Show  whether  there  is  one ore more nested elements in the specified chromosome,
              either as a numerical (1/0) or string (true/false) value.  If  no  <chromosome>  is
              specified, the value given indicates if there is one or more nested elements across
              all chromosome records.

       --list List archive metadata (output is in text format). If chromosome is  specified,  the
              attributes of the given chromosome are shown.

       --list-json,

       --list-json-no-trailing-newline
              List archive metadata (output is in JSON format)

       --list-chr,

       --list-chromosomes
              List  all  or specified chromosome in starch archive (like "bedextract --listchr").
              If <chromosome> is specified but is not in the output list, nothing is returned.

       --note Show descriptive note, if available.

       --signature
              Display  the  Base64-encoded  SHA-1  data   integrity   signature   for   specified
              <chromosome>,  or  the signatures of the metadata and all available chromosomes, if
              the <chromosome> is unspecified.

       --verify-signature
              Verify data integrity of specified <chromosome>, or the integrity of all  available
              chromosomes, if the <chromosome> is unspecified.

       --archive-timestamp
              Show archive creation timestamp (ISO 8601 format).

       --archive-type
              Show archive compression type.

       --archive-version
              Show archive version.

       --is-starch
              Test  if  <starch-file>  is  a valid archive and print 0/1 (false/true) to standard
              output. Unstarch will also return a nonzero error code if the input file is  not  a
              valid archive.

       --version
              Show binary version.

       --help Show this usage message.

SEE ALSO

       The  full  documentation  for unstarch is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info and
       unstarch programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info unstarch

       should give you access to the complete manual.